We must realign our digital platforms with the values that make us human.
Letter"We need to understand our natural strengths — our capacity for self-awareness and critical thinking, for reasoned debate and reflection — as well as our weaknesses and vulnerabilities, and the parts of ourselves that we’ve lost control over."
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I’ve noticed a new interesting trend in online discourse that gives me a lot of hope. I’ve already mentioned Change A View a couple times here, which I continue to think is a direction with a ton of promise when it comes to increasing the...
What-ho, friends! Welcome to another issue of The Museletter. Last time I shared my thoughts on ‘personal branding’ with you—so that I could promote the wisdom of ‘character development’ as a better alternative.* * Of course, this was also a...
In the US and elsewhere, political debate has become a spectacle. We need a debate model based on the ability to respond to evidence. But what would this look like?
LetterLetter's ambassadors @peternlimberg & @Ideopunk have produced a timely piece: “Modern debate is not about getting to the truth, nor is it about demonstrating superior arguments, it is about reinforcing the moral and intellectual superiority of one’s tribe.